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Correct spelling for CONCERTE
We think the word concerte is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for concerte
- Concede(Definition of concede)
- Conceited(Definition of conceited)
- Concept(Definition of concept)
- Concerted(Definition of concerted)
- Concerto(Definition of concerto)
- Conceit(Definition of conceit)
- Concerned(Definition of concerned)
- Concrete(Definition of concrete)
- Concert(Definition of concert)
Enough however may have perhaps been said, to make it evident that this principle is of a character highly questionable; that it should be brought under absolute subjection, and watched with the most jealous care: that, notwithstanding its lofty pretensions, it often can by no means justly boast that high origin and exalted nature, which its superficial admirers are disposed to concede to it.
His vanity was tickled, but the conceited grin my words had called to his lips quickly faded into a look of anxiety.
Indeed, mr. wilson refused to commit himself to the old concept of unrestricted competition and petty business.
With a concerted rush, the four young men leaped down the stairway, hurling themselves on holloway and the masked man.
Nothing of this nature it is that troubles me; nothing bearing any relation to self-conceit, but, in a certain sense, something entirely opposed to it.
There's a man concerned in the affair.
They keep the exactest concert in their songs, which are often sung by great numbers together, as those already mentioned, with which they used to entertain us in their canoes.